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mpower -> ISA 2006 post-SP1 hotfixes (26.Jan.2013 7:42:22 PM)

Does someone have a list of the links to all of the hotfixes available since KB960927 (Dec 7 2008)? I'm looking to upgrade, but I'd like to understand all of the fixes implemented along the way. I realize they are cumulative and the last hotfix was in Sept 2011, but there is no listing of all the items fixed in this hotfix.

I have found some by digging around, but I do not believe I have a complete list. Can you assist?

KB960927 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/960927) - 5.0.5723.508 (my current revision)
...
KB968078 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/968078) - 5.0.5723.511
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KB971143 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971143) - 5.0.5723.514
...
...
KB2616326 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2616326) - 5.0.5723.526 (latest?)

Thanks!




pwindell -> RE: ISA 2006 post-SP1 hotfixes (30.Jan.2013 10:05:00 AM)

I'm not sure that they were cumulative. I think it was two SP and two "rollups" and it had to be done in an exact order.

Like:

SP1
RU1
RU2
SP2

Unfortunately I have no specific details or proof of that.




mpower -> RE: ISA 2006 post-SP1 hotfixes (30.Jan.2013 10:08:49 AM)

I didn't think there was a SP2 available, only SP1 + hotfixes.




pwindell -> RE: ISA 2006 post-SP1 hotfixes (30.Jan.2013 10:59:20 AM)

Ok,...we're talking ISA, not TMG,...sorry.

Apply SP1
Apply the "Supportability Update"

Then run Windows Update with the browser and choose to upgrade it to Microsoft Update

From Microsoft Update bring it up to date but omit KB956570. That one breaks VPN. There was a patch to fix that but it is best to just not have to deal with it.

It run our ISA2006 with all the patches (both OS and ISA) "maxed out". It runs fine, but you can do a full "backup" or "backup image" of the machine first if you are in doubt.




pwindell -> RE: ISA 2006 post-SP1 hotfixes (30.Jan.2013 11:15:49 AM)

I have to make a correction, I had the IDs wrong:

From Microsoft Update bring it up to date but omit KB2509553. That one breaks VPN. There was a patch (KB956570) to fix that but it is best to just not have to deal with it. There may have been another later patch that caused the same problem but I don't remember the ID. Maybe Google may turn that one up




pwindell -> RE: ISA 2006 post-SP1 hotfixes (30.Jan.2013 11:22:25 AM)

Keep in mind that 99.999% of all Patches are to deal with things that are never even exposed in the first place on an ISA machine. ISA being installed on the machine "blocks out" the entire OS from being exposed except for things that are required for ISA to function (which are controlled by System Policies).

So if all you do is:
Apply SP1
Apply the "Supportability Update"
That is probably all you need in reality.




pwindell -> RE: ISA 2006 post-SP1 hotfixes (30.Jan.2013 11:29:33 AM)

Maybe it was both KB2509553 and KB956570 you're supposed to stay away from. It has been so long ago I can't keep it all straight.




elmajdal -> RE: ISA 2006 post-SP1 hotfixes (27.Oct.2013 3:28:44 AM)

Here is a list of the latest patches for ISA 2004/2006 and TMG 2010

I shall keep this article updated .

http://elmajdal.net/ISAServer/ISA_2004_ISA_2006_and_TMG_Server_Version_Numbers.aspx




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